Pinus contorta


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Synonyms for Pinus contorta

shrubby two-needled pine of coastal northwestern United States

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54[grados] O), en una plantacion de Pinus contorta Douglas ex Loudon var.
Survival and early growth of Pinus contorta provenances in northern Sweden.
High Juniperus occidentalis Tsuga mertensiana Cercocarpus ledifolius Abies amabilis Pinus contorta Abies lasiocarpa Artemisia tridentata Abies procera Chrysothamnus viscidiflorus Abies magnifica var.
Variabilite geographique du poids de la graine de Pinus contorta.
Alteracoes no solo como a reducao da sortividade em decorrencia de queimadas ja foram relatadas em diversos ecossistemas, incluindo: florestas de Pinus ponderosa e Pinus contorta nos Estados Unidos (MACDONALD e HUFFMAN, 2004) e Pinus halepensis na Espanha (CERDA e DOERR, 2007; MATAIX-SOLERA et al.
153 127 57 294 arizonica, 1998 Austrian, Pinus nigra, 1995# 128 95 55 237 Bishop, Pinus muricata, 2005 198 72 86 292 Bolander's, Pinus contorta 58 76 18 139 var.
Species closely related to Pinus contorta include Western white pine (Pinus monticotoa) and Canadian red pine (Pinus resinosa).
Influence of tree size on shoot structure and physiology of Pinus contorta and Pinus aristata.
Pinus contorta seedlings were counted by age (in years) to estimate recruitment through time.
Taxonomic and population differentiation of mitochondrial DNA diversity in Pinus banksiana and Pinus contorta.
Frequency of Aureobasidium pullulans, Ophiostoma minus, and Cladosporium/Penicillum isolated from areas of four Pinus contorta log billets showing harvester damage.
scopulorum, 1982 Sand, Pinus clausa, 97 91 42 199 1997 Scotch, Pinus 186 64 76 269 sylvestris, 1983 [DELTA] Shore, Pinus contorta 138 101 37 248 var.
Examples of steep genetic clines for conifers (Grant and Mitton 1977; Millar 1983) are relatively uncommon, but populations of Pinus contorta Dougl.